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Global Methane Forum • Agenda

April 16‑18, 2018 • Toronto, Canada

Monday, April 16

All Day Clean Technology Demonstrations
You will have the opportunity to talk with vendors, service providers and others showcasing innovative methane-related technologies through their table top exhibits and materials on display. Providers who are interested in exhibiting on these days, please email lauren.lariviere@erg.com – a limited number of free display spaces are available on Monday, so don’t delay.
Morning
Participants of the Global Methane Forum are invited to tour Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Downsview site. The Andrew Thompson Research Laboratory at Downsview is a world-class facility for the study of the effects of methane, carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases and air pollutants. Its research, data and information play a key role in supporting the development of policies and regulations and delivering high-quality environmental services to Canadians.

The tour will include:
  • the Canadian Greenhouse Gas Measurement (CGGM) program, featuring in-situ and flask instrumentation for measuring carbon dioxide, methane, and other greenhouse gases;
  • the Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPS) program, which measures persistent organic pollutants using passive sampling techniques; and
  • the Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network (CAPMoN) as well as ground-based remote sensing measurement programs that provide air and precipitation chemistry data.
More information on the Andrew Thompson Research Laboratory is available at the following website:

If you wish to participate in this site tour please email asg@globalmethane.org to register!
A tour of the City of Toronto’s Disco Road Organics Processing Facility is scheduled for Monday morning from 830am to 12:00pm. The facility:
  • Uses a wet anaerobic digestion system to process 75,000 tonnes/year; and
  • Produces biogas plus compost from the digestate
Please note the following:
  • 30 spaces are available and tour is first-come, first-served;
  • Regular footwear is permitted (no open-toed shoes or high heels);
  • Dress is casual; the site will provide vests and safety hats.
If you wish to participate in this site tour please email asg@globalmethane.org to register!
Afternoon
Participants of the Global Methane Forum are invited to tour Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Downsview site. The Andrew Thompson Research Laboratory at Downsview is a world-class facility for the study of the effects of methane, carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases and air pollutants. Its research, data and information play a key role in supporting the development of policies and regulations and delivering high-quality environmental services to Canadians.

The tour will include:
  • the Canadian Greenhouse Gas Measurement (CGGM) program, featuring in-situ and flask instrumentation for measuring carbon dioxide, methane, and other greenhouse gases;
  • the Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPS) program, which measures persistent organic pollutants using passive sampling techniques; and
  • the Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network (CAPMoN) as well as ground-based remote sensing measurement programs that provide air and precipitation chemistry data.
More information on the Andrew Thompson Research Laboratory is available at the following website:

If you wish to participate in this site tour please email asg@globalmethane.org to register!
Global Methane Initiative Steering Committee Meeting (13:30 - 17:30)
 
14:00 Introductory Remarks
Mr. Raymond Pilcher, Chair, UNECE Group of Experts on Coal Mine Methane
Part 1
UNECE Group of Experts on Coal Mine Methane

The first part of the session will focus on current issues that impact capturing and abating coal mine methane emissions through implementation of projects that contribute to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. It will feature a number of technical presentations touching upon such subject matters as pre-mine drainage, CMM project development, effective capture, use, and abatement of CMM, AMM, VAM, and SMM.
A. Coal Mine Methane (CMM)
14:10 Will future coal mines be more gassy?
Mr. David Creedy, Vice-Chair, UNECE Group of Experts on Coal Mine Methane
14:30 Analysis of future CMM and AMM emissions, taking into account the growing depth of coal mines
Ms. Meredydd Evans, Senior Staff Scientist, Joint Global Change Research Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
B. Abandoned Mine Methane (AMM)
14:50 Significance of Abandoned Mine Methane Emissions & Preparing for Projects
Mr. Michael Coté, President, Ruby Canyon Engineering, Inc.
C. Ventilation Air Methane (VAM)
15:10 VAM Abatement in a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer: Overview of Waste Heat Recovery Strategies
Mr. Dominique Kay, Director R&D, Biothermica Technologies Inc.
D. Surface Mine Methane (SMM)
15:30 Surface Mining Worldwide: Emission Reduction Project Opportunities – Barriers and Possible Solutions
Mr. James Marshall, Executive Vice President, Raven Ridge Resources Incorporated
E. Pre-mine Drainage
15:50 Pre-mine Drainage – Overview of CBM Projects in Poland
  • Mr. Janusz Jureczka, Director, Upper Silesian Branch, Polish Geological Institute-National Research Institute
  • Mr. Piotr Kasza, Head, Reservoir Stimulation Department, Oil and Gas Institute-National Research Institute
  • Mr. Łukasz Kroplewski, Vice-President of the Management Board, PGNiG - Polish Oil and Gas Company
  • 16:10 Interconnecting surface drilled multi-branch horizontal boreholes with the existing underground drainage system for underground pre-mine drainage in Shanxi Coking Coal Group
    Mr. Wu Huatai, Vice President, China National Coal Association; Chairman, Shanxi Coking Coal Group
    Part 2
    Joint Session: the UNECE Group of Experts on Coal Mine Methane and the UNECE Group of Experts on Cleaner Electricity Production from Fossil Fuels

    The second part will be organized in the form of a panel discussion, the aim of which will be to explore the opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in a well-established value chain that encompasses coal production, transportation, and its end use. Emissions of methane can be reduced in upstream extractive operations while emissions of carbon dioxide can be reduced during downstream end use. The potential to coordinate greenhouse gas emission reductions throughout the value chain presents an unprecedented opportunity to set standards that can have immediate and positive impacts.
    Panel Discussion
    16:30 Opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in a coal value chain
    Moderator: Mr. Raymond Pilcher, Chair, UNECE Group of Experts on Coal Mine Methane
    Panelists:
    • Mr. Michael Coté, President, Ruby Canyon Engineering, Inc.
    • Mr. David Creedy, Vice-Chair, UNECE Group of Experts on Coal Mine Methane
    • Ms. Meredydd Evans, Senior Staff Scientist, Joint Global Change Research Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
    • Mr. Scott Foster, Director, UNECE Sustainable Energy Division
    • Ms. Heather Greenley, Program Coordinator, U.S. Energy Association
    • Mr. Hasan Hüseyin Erdogan, Head of Department, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources of Turkey
    • Lucas Janssen, Policy Officer, DG Research and Innovation, D4 – Coal and Steel
    • Mr. James Marshall, Executive Vice President, Raven Ridge Resources Incorporated
    • Mr. Badarch Mendbayar, Director, Mongolian Nature and Environment Consortium
    • Mr. Piotr Sprzączak, Head, Infrastructure Unit, Oil and Gas Department, Ministry of Energy of Poland
    • Mr. Igor Yashchenko, Deputy Director, Department of Industrial Safety and Physical Protection, Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine
    18:00 End of Session

    Tuesday, April 17

    8:30 ‑ 8:45 Welcome and Forum Overview by the GMI and CCAC co-chairs
    8:45 ‑ 9:15 Opening Remarks
    • Dr. Rodolfo Lacy, Undersecretary SEMARNAT, Mexico
      Methane in the context of Paris Agreement implementation, progress and challenges
    9:15 ‑ 10:30 Plenary Session – "Global action on methane mitigation in 2018 and beyond"
    • Moderator: Jenifer Collette, Executive Director, Meteorological Service of Canada, ECCC
    • Christophe McGlade, International Energy Agency
    • Jonathan Banks, Clean Air Task Force
    • Scott Foster, Director, Sustainable Energy Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
    • Dr. Joe von Fischer, Colorado State University/Google Methane Project
    10:30 ‑ 10:45 Health Break
    10:45 ‑ 12:45 Technical Sessions ‑ Methane Emissions Challenges and Opportunities

    Agriculture Presentations and Meetings

    Moderator: Jorge Antonio Hilbert, Prefesional Asesor de Nivel Internacional en Gestión de Actividades de Innovación (INTA)
    10:45 ‑ 11:15 Agriculture Digesters and Biogas: Driving Green Jobs in India
    Kolluru Krishan, Skills Council for Green Jobs
    11:15 ‑ 11:45 The ‘biogasdoneright’ concept
    Bruce Dale, PhD, Michigan State University
    11:45 ‑ 12:15 One solution to rule them all: detecting every methane emitter on Earth, daily, by using high resolution methane tracking micro-satellites & AI
    Richard Lachance, CTO, Bluefield Technologies
    12:15 ‑ 12:45 RNG as a Transformative Force in the Ag Sector
    Jennifer Green, Executive Director, Canadian Biogas Association

    Coal Mine Methane Presentations and Meetings

    Panel I: The Coal Industry and CMM Emissions (10:45‑11:30)
    10:45 - 10.50 Opening Remarks
    Ms. Felicia Ruiz, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
    10:50 - 11:10 Coal's Place in the Global Energy Mix
    Mr. Scott Foster, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
    11:10 - 11:30 Global Project Scale and Emissions
    Dr. Meredydd Evans, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
    Panel II: Policy Drivers for Successful CMM Project Implementation (11:30‑12:45)
    11:30 ‑ 11:35 Opening Remarks
    Mr. Michael Coté, Ruby Canyon Engineering
    11:35 ‑ 11:55 Enabling Policy Framework and the Role of Best Practices
    Dr. David Creedy, Sindicatum Sustainable Resources
    11:55 ‑ 12:15 Carbon Market Design: Role of CMM Offsets
    Ms. Katie Sullivan, International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
    12:15 ‑ 12:35 Current and Potential Policy Impetus for CMM Recovery and Use Projects
    Ms. Lisa DeMarco, DeMarco Allen, LLP
    12:35 ‑ 12:45 Q&A

    Municipal Solid Waste Presentations and Meetings

    Financing SLCP Mitigation Projects in the Waste Sector (10:45‑12:45)
    10:45 ‑ 11:00 Introductions
    Ricardo Cepeda, C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group
    11:00 ‑ 11:15 Overview of Financing Challenges
    Tom Frankiewicz, USEPA, CCAC MSWI Co-Chair
    Overview of financing challenges identified in engagement with CCAC MSWI network cities
    11:15 ‑ 11:30 Assessing Financial “Readiness”
    Nadia Scharen-Givel, Abt Associates
    How cities can evaluate and improve their financial readiness for financing capital waste improvements by using the CCAC MSWI financial readiness checklist
    11:30 ‑ 11:45 City Testimonial: Vina del Mar, Chile
    Pablo Lopez Legarreta, Center for Clean Air Policy
    Coalition pilot city will share experience using public-private partnership as a financing model
    11:45 ‑ 12:00 City Testimonial: Naucalpan, Mexico
    Roger Peniche Sala, City of Naucalpan, Mexico
    City will discuss its experience working with GMI to complete financial readiness checklist and experience navigating the Green Climate Fund process
    12:00 ‑ 12:15 National Perspective: Mexico GMI Delegate
    Ricardo Ortiz Conde, Mexican Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources
    National-level perspective working with cities to support investments in waste management and SLCP mitigation projects in the waste sector
    12:15 - 12:45 Moderated Q&A session

    Oil and Gas Presentations and Meetings

    Methane Management Along the Oil and Gas Value Chain: Joint GMI and CCAC Oil and Gas Technical Session (10:45‑12:45)
    10:45 ‑ 10:50 Opening Remarks
    GMI Oil & Gas Subcommittee Co-Chairs
    —Mr. James Diamond, Canada Ministry of Environment and Climate Change
    —Ms. Paulina Serrano, PEMEX
    10:50 ‑ 11:05 Keynote: Making The Match – Why Successful Climate Policy & Next Generation Innovation Depends On Current Technology
    Mr. Jackson Hegland, Methane Emissions Leadership Alliance
    11:05 ‑ 11:45 Topic I: Methane Leak Detection
    Presentations on the latest technologies and techniques utilized to detect methane leaks from oil and gas operations
    • Government Research Efforts to Advance Monitoring: Developing Technologies to Detect, Locate and Quantify Natural Gas Emissions
      Dr. Joseph King, United States Department of Energy - Advanced Research Projects Agency for Energy (ARPA-E)
    • SENTRY case study: Pilot projects on continuous emissions monitoring
      Ms. Jeanette Patell, GE Canada
      Mr. Richard Dunn, Encana
    11:45 ‑ 12:25 Topic II: Methane Measurement and Quantification
    Presentations and case studies on the methodologies being used by both the public and private sector to measure and quantify methane emissions
    • Overview of Fugitive Emissions Management
      Mr. Torleif Haugland, Carbon Limits
    • Efforts to Quantify Global Oil and Gas Methane Emissions
      Mr. Drew Nelson, Environmental Defense Fund
    12:25 ‑ 12:45 Topic III: Best Management Practices in the Oil and Gas Sector
    Updates by international organizations regarding their efforts to identify and promote best management practices to reduce methane emissions in the oil and gas sector
    • Joint GMI/UNECE Best Management Practices Presentation – Upstream oil and gas, and downstream gas project
      Mr. Michal Drabik, UNECE
      Mr. Torleif Haugland, Carbon Limits

    Wastewater Presentations and Meetings

    Addressing Technical and Financial Barriers to Methane Recovery Projects in the Wastewater Sector (10:45‑12:45)
    10:45 ‑ 10:55 Introductions
    Monica Shimamura, USEPA Wastewater Technical Expert
    10:55 ‑ 11:10 National Context in China: Opportunities and Barriers
    Focus on national-level drivers that create opportunities for methane recovery, and technical and financial barriers that impede them.
    Jennifer Turner, China Environment Forum, Woodrow Wilson Center
    11:10 ‑ 11:25 Case Study: Yuliangzhou’s Sludge-to-Energy Plant in Xiangyang City
    Practices to reduce methane emissions in the wastewater sector.
    Dou Wenlong, TOVEN
    11:25 ‑ 11:40 National Context in Mexico: Opportunities and Barriers
    Adalberto Noyola, National Autonomous University of Mexico
    11:40 ‑ 11:55 Case Study: Juarez's South Wastewater Treatment Plant
    Michael Theodoulou, Suez Water Treatment Solutions North America
    11:55 ‑ 12:10 Technology Innovation and Financing Best Practices from Ontario
    Indra Maharjan, Ontario Clean Water Agency
    12:10 ‑ 12:45 Questions and Answers
    12:45 ‑ 14:00 Lunch
    14:00 ‑ 16:15 Sector Sessions
    16:15 ‑ 16:45 Networking Break
    16:45 ‑ 17:45 Closing Plenary: The Way Forward - Integrating environmental policy, technology innovation and project financing
    • Moderator: Frank Des Rosiers, Assistant Deputy Minister, Innovation and Energy Technology Sector, Natural Resources Canada
    • Merlin Cochran, Deputy Director General, Upstream Oil and Gas Division, Mexico Ministry of Energy (SENER)
    • Claudio Alatorre, Climate Change Lead Specialist, Climate Change Division, Inter-American Development Bank
    • Dr. Rodolfo Lacy, Undersecretary SEMARNAT, Mexico
    17:45 ‑ 18:00 Closing remarks by the GMI and CCAC Co-Chairs
    18:00 ‑ 20:00
    Hosted by Pembina Institute, Environmental Defense Fund, Environmental Defence Canada, Clean Air Task Force, and Centre for Clean Air Policy.

    Disclaimer: This side event is being independently hosted, and is not sponsored or endorsed by GMI.
    Taking action to reduce methane pollution.
    The International Energy Agency’s most recent analysis shows that globally, 50 percent of oil and gas methane reductions can be reduced at no net cost. National governments, sub-national jurisdictions, investors, innovators, and companies have all begun to act on this opportunity. The award ceremony will recognize leaders who have endeavoured to achieve this commitment despite obstacles.

    Please join us for drinks and refreshments immediately after the Global Methane Forum to celebrate leaders working to reduce methane pollution and protect the climate.

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    Wednesday, April 18 – Science Policy Dialogue

    All Day Clean Technology Demonstrations
    You will have the opportunity to talk with vendors, service providers and others showcasing innovative methane-related technologies through their table top exhibits and materials on display. Providers who are interested in exhibiting on these days, please email lauren.lariviere@erg.com – a limited number of free display spaces are available on Monday, so don’t delay.
    8:00 ‑ 9:00 Arrival and Registration
    8:00 ‑ 10:10 Joint CCAC Ag/GMI Biogas Subcommittee Working Meeting (closed)
    8:45 ‑ 9:10 Opening Keynote and Introduction
    Drew Shindell, SAP Chair and IPCC member
    9:10 ‑ 10:00 Session 1: Annual SLCP Science Update
    In this session members of the Scientific Advisory Panel will summarize the latest and most important published research and analysis related to short-lived climate pollutants and provide context for how reduce SLCP emissions.
    • Moderator: Coalition co-chair (TBC)
    • Shonali Pachauri, SAP
    • Graciela Binimelis de Raga, SAP
    • A.R. Ravishankara, SAP
    10:00 ‑ 10:20 Health Break
    10:20 ‑ 11:50
    Track A Track B
    Session 2: The Maximum Benefits Pathway Approach
    This session will introduce participants to the maximum benefits pathway approach and the work of the SAP, Pathway Task Team, and CCAC Partner Countries to test and apply the approach. The Maximum Benefits Pathway Approach allows countries to use data from their inventories to project emissions and the impact of policies on the climate and other economic and health benefits. Country representatives will present the results of their work on the second round of practical tests and discuss the implications of the tests for national planning and efforts to mobilise greater mitigation ambition in the near-term.
    • Moderator: CCAC Co-Chair Canada (TBD)
    • Drew Shindell/Nathan Borgford-Parnell, SAP
    • Vigdis Vestreng, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Environment, Norway
    • Daniel Benefor, Senior Programme Officer, Environmental Protection Agency, Ghana
    • Sebastian Tolvett, Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana, Chile
    Moderated Q&A
    GMI Oil and Gas, Coal and Biogas Subcommittees (3 separate rooms)
    11:50 ‑ 12:00 Group Photo
    12:00 ‑ 13:30 Lunch Break
    13:30 ‑ 14:30
    Track A Track B Track C
    Session 4A: The Maximum Benefits Pathway Approach: Considerations for Practical Application In this session panelists and participants will discuss and provide examples of practical application of the maximum benefits approach in countries including institutional arrangements, issues with data collection, reporting and monitoring. The SAP and the Pathway Task Team will also present the results of the SAP Pathway Paper and the work of the Task Team responding to the questions raised in the September 2017 Working Group meeting of the CCAC.
    • Moderator: Johan Kuylenstierna, SAP
    • Johan Kuylenstierna, SAP - Presentation on the SAP Pathway Paper
    • Abraham Ortinez, Mexico
    • SNAP Country Presentation
    Moderated Q&A
    Session 4B/5B: 13:30-14:30
    Methane Quantification and Measurements – linking the local and the global scale

    This session will address new advancements and ongoing work in the field of methane emissions quantification and measurements and the implications for the future of methane mitigation.
    • Moderator: A.R. Ravishankara, Chemical Science Division Director Emeritus, US National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
    • Dr. Benjamin Poulter, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
    • Professor Matthew Johnson, Energy & Emissions Research Lab, Carleton University
    • Doug Worthy, Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Session 4C: Addressing uncertainty in black carbon emissions, Implications for IPCC expert meeting on SLCPs and the future
    This session will explore the current state of black carbon inventories around the world, methodology development and efforts to address uncertainty.
    • Moderator: TBD
    • Kiyoto Tanabe, IPCC TFI Co-Chair
    • Graciela Binimelis de Raga, SAP
    • Harry Vallack, Stockholm Environment Institute
    Moderated Q&A
    14:40 ‑ 15:40
    Session 5A: Pathway Tools and Metrics
    This session will focus on the tools and metrics that have been uses/developed for the maximum benefits pathway approach analysis and explore options for other existing tools that could be used, plans and strategies for expanding and strengthening tools with additional metrics.
    • Drew Shindell, SAP - Presentation on the SAP Pathway tool
    • Chris Malley, Researcher, Stockholm Environment Institute - Presentation on LEAP-IBC
    • Mr. Toshihiko Masui, Head of Integrated Environment & Economy Section, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan - Japan’s S12 project
    Moderated Q&A
    Session 4B/5B: 14:30-15:40
    Methane Quantification and Measurements – linking the local and the global scale continued

    • Stewart Cober, Environment and Climate Change Canada
    • Dr. Grant Wach, GASP Project
    • Mr. Drew Nelson, Environmental Defence Fund (EDF)
    Moderated Q&A
    Session 5C: Closing the loop: An integrated tool for improved national inventory reporting and emissions monitoring in support of the Paris Agreement
    Participants will be introduced to the WMOs Integrated Global Greenhouse Gas Information System (IG3IS). The WMO will showcase the tool and methodology as part of a toolbox used to estimate methane emissions and support NDC monitoring, reporting, and verification. Focus on national and urban domains – can use CO2 or methane at a national level and/or CFC/HFCs, at an urban scale it’s multivariable.
    • Moderator: Oksana Tarasova, WMO
    • Phil DeCola, University of Maryland – introduction to concept
    • TBD – Application at a national scale with reflections on NDCs and global stocktake
    • Felix Vogel, Environment and Climate Change, Canada – application at the urban scale
    15:40 ‑ 16:00 Health Break
    16:00 ‑ 17:00
    Session 6A: The Pathway Approach as a Catalyst for Urgent Ambition
    In this session participants will identify opportunities for pathway approach be a major catalyst for enhanced near-term ambition through e.g. the Talanoa Dialogue process, enhanced NDC submissions in 2020, and other fora.
    • Moderator: Romina Picolotti (TBC), Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development
    • Ragnhild Marie-Falkenberg Valstad (TBC), Advisor, Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, Norway
    • Tiy Chung, CCAC Communications Officer – communication strategy
    • David Waskow, Director, International Climate Initiative, World Resources Institute
    Moderated Q&A
    Session 6B: 16:00-17:30
    Oil and Gas Methane Partnership session with industry (by invitation only)

    Companies are invited to an off-the-record business roundtable on the benefits of joining the Climate and Clean Air Coalition’s Oil & Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP), the UN-hosted global initiative for addressing methane emissions in the oil and gas sector. Companies will hear why addressing methane emissions is important, and the role that OGMP can play in helping them do this, including perspectives from oil and gas companies that already are OGMP Partners, as well as from government and civil society.
    Session 6C: IETA session – Private sector and markets
    Sparked by growing opportunities (and new revenue streams) from environmental markets, private sector leaders are stepping-up to the methane challenge. Policy, financing and market design enablers are driving a multiplication of private capital, innovation and technology towards methane reduction activities. But more smart, blended methane financing and business participation will be key in taking ambitious action over the short term. This unique GMF panel, hosted by the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA), shines a spotlight on business and financial leadership in the methane space. Join the session to learn more about recent “on-the-ground” case studies and hear panelists discuss how international organizations and governments – in close collaboration with private and finance peers – can harness the power of markets to help scale and finance deeper methane reductions across borders and sectors.
    • Moderator: Gray Taylor, Climate Solutions Group
    • Jennifer Murphy, Enbridge and Chair of CEPA Methane Committee
    • Yvan Champagne, President, Blue Source Canada
    • Jeff Cohen, Co-founder, XPansiv
    • Juha Seppälä, Carbon Finance Specialist, World Bank
    17:10 ‑ 17:50 Session 7: Closing Plenary: Connecting the dots and driving action… policy, science and financing
    • Katie Sullivan, IETA (Facilitator)
    • Drew Shindell, CCAC SAP
    • Audrey Mascarenhas, President & CEO, Questor Technology Inc.
    • Ryan McCarthy, Science and Technology Policy Advisor to the Chair at the California Air Resources Board (CARB)
    17:50 ‑ 18:00 Closing
    Release of GMI communique and closing remarks
    GMI and CCAC Co-Chairs
    18:00 ‑ 20:00 Joint Reception GMI-CCAC-UNECE

    Thursday, April 19

    All Day Climate & Clean Air Coalition Working Group Meeting (By invitation only)

    Friday, April 20

    All Day Climate & Clean Air Coalition Working Group Meeting (By invitation only)